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[News] Linux User (UK) Looks at GNU/Linux in Virtualisation

  • Subject: [News] Linux User (UK) Looks at GNU/Linux in Virtualisation
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 06 May 2010 10:09:55 +0100
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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Get inside Virtualisation

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| There are many alternatives to VMwareâs 
| expensive and proprietary software. Join us 
| as we investigate four of the most prolific 
| tools kickstarting the revolution in open 
| source virtualisationâ


When Linux interoperable incompatibilities frustrate

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| I know I should strip the whole thing down 
| and start again, but my other half has the 
| wildly popular Evince PDF reader installed on 
| it, which we need for testing Adobe CS4 pre-
| flight rendering of InDesign files before 
| they go to print on a project that we 
| shoulder together. Our client is a Linux 
| purist and wants to ensure people can use 
| Evince as nobody uses Acrobat, right?



Virtual Linux: Platform and OS Linux Virtualization

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| Virtual Linux is accomplished through many
| techniques, ranging from emulation to platform
| to OS virtualization. Indeed, Linux is a
| unique operating system in its breadth of
| virtualization solutions that are available.
| In this article, we'll explore the various
| ways that virtualization is achieved and then
| review the various solutions provided through
| virtual Linux.
| When we talk about virtualization solutions,
| we tend to talk about specific products
| offered by specific companies. But when we
| talk about virtualization solutions with
| Linux, we instead talk about a rich and
| diverse open source ecosystem.

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